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Ethics Is Serious Business

Great Leadership By Dan

The field that provides this kind of know-how is called ethics. This means that ethics is serious business. Ethical dilemmas are at least as hard to resolve as engineering problems, and at least as urgent, particularly in our complex and fast-moving world. But how does one recognize ethical competence?

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Shared Ethical Values: Global Consensus?

Leading in Context

As we struggle day-to-day with what ethics means in business, groups of concerned leaders around the world are studying common ethical values that could clarify ethical behavior and unite us in a common global code of ethics.

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Workplace Ethics: Maintaining a Clean Workplace

HR Digest

When you join a company, there is a proper process of onboarding and an induction program where employees are familiarized with workplace expectations, duties, ethics, and culture. A part of the ethical expectations and behavior from the employee is maintaining a clean environment.

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Leader Competence: Will it Be A Multiplier or a Divider?

Leading in Context

By Linda Fisher Thornton Ethical leadership competence is an issue that is gaining attention. While sometimes people disagree about implementation, there is a strong consensus among scholars and research organizations that today's leadership requires broad, high level thinking.

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Public And Private Sectors Differ In Their Approach To AI Governance

The Horizons Tracker

A survey was conducted of 280 global organizations and 71 policymakers to understand the relative importance they placed on various ethical principles in relation to 12 different AI use cases. Among the private sector, however, no real consensus emerged, with several options equally popular.

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First Look: Leadership Books for September 2020

Leading Blog

On the most fundamental level, leaders must bring divergent groups together and forge a consensus on a path forward. She explores each of these questions in depth, as well as the six key qualities of leader humility: a balanced ego, integrity, a compelling vision, ethical strategies, generous inclusion, and a developmental focus.

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Former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher Dies Today at 87

Leading Blog

I am not a consensus politician. Consensus: “The process of abandoning all beliefs, principles, values, and policies in search of something in which no one believes, but to which no one objects; the process of avoiding the very issues that have to be solved, merely because you cannot get agreement on the way ahead. On Work Ethic.

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